detrusor pressure


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de·tru·sor pres·sure

that component of intravesical pressure created by the tension (active and passive) exerted by the bladder wall; the transmural pressure across the bladder wall estimated by subtracting abdominal pressure from intravesical pressure.

detrusor pressure

the pressure exerted inwards by the detrusor urinae muscles of the bladder wall, one of the components of the total intravesical pressure.
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If the bladder capacity reached the expected capacity for age and there was no increase in the detrusor pressures during filling, if a complete sphincter relaxation occured during urinations and urination occured without residue the evaluation was interpreted to be normal.
DLPP is the lowest detrusor pressure at which urine leakage occurs in the absence of either a detrusor contraction or an increase in abdominal pressure (Rosier et al.
At follow up the patients treated with primary valve fulguration had significantly better outcome regarding detrusor pressure, bladder compliance, and renal profile than those treated with diversion with fulguration.
sup][1],[2],[3],[4],[5],[6],[7] These methods, however, are mainly based on analysis of maximum detrusor pressure and maximum flow rate in voiding; thus, they represent only a single time point during voiding, not the entire urination process.
The detrusor leak-point pressure (DLPP) is the lowest detrusor pressure reading at which leakage is observed in the absence of increased abdominal pressure or detrusor contraction.
If you put a sling" in an elderly women who has elevated residual urine volume and zero detrusor pressure, "you're going to obstruct her," Dr.
The following information was collected for each study: (1) The name of the RCT; (2) the study design and sample size; (3) the therapy that the patients received; (4) the country in which the study was conducted; and (5) data including the mean number of UI per week, maximum cystometric capacity (MCC), maximum detrusor pressure (MDP) during first involuntary detrusor contraction, urinary tract infection (UTI), hematuria, and urinary retention.
In a placebo-controlled trial of 200 men with symptoms of LUTS and bladder outlet obstruction, 12 weeks of treatment with mirabegron did not adversely affect voiding parameters on urodynamics, including maximum urinary flow and detrusor pressure at maximum urinary flow, when compared with placebo.
Significant decrease in maximum detrusor pressure and increase in bladder compliance had been demonstrated in SCI patients with detrusor overactivity by furosemide-stimulated filling cystometry (FCMG), which is a more physiologic method when compared with continuous CMG with a filling rate of 50 ml/min (1).
If a patient's maximal free urinary flow rate is paired with her maximal detrusor pressure during voiding, she can be classified as having mild, moderate, or severe obstruction or no obstruction (Neurourol.